Carolina Adventure World

1515 Arrowhead RD

Winnsboro, SC 29180

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Phone: (803) 482-3534

City: Winnsboro

Region: Midlands

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Carolina Adventure World

This 2,600-acre family park offers 100 miles of trails that wind through deep woods, into steep valleys and along flowing streams. Carolina Adventure World also offers cabin rentals, tent camping and rv campsites are available. Dirt bike rentals and ATV rentals are also available. Call to reserve your site and unit today.

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